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Lianeo Extended a 2650 sqm Lease on a Long-Term Basis at Pelikanplatz, in Hanover

Published on October 11, 2021

Hanover is the political center and largest city of the region of Lower Saxony, northwestern Germany. The city is situated on the River Leine and the Mittelland Canal, surrounded by the picturesque sceneries of the Harz Mountains and the wide North German Plain. It is a financial, administrative, and commercial center with highly diversified industries, including manufacturing of motor vehicles, machinery, synthetic rubber, electrical engineering equipment, electronics products, chemicals, and foodstuffs. It also constitutes an important cultural center with a university and academies of music and drama.

It is no surprise that in this lively center, the latest trend of fitness and health is booming. More and more people of all ages are using the professional help of fitness, wellness and sports studios to maintain their health and increase their physical fitness. Therefore, it’s often easy to rent out retail fitness spaces. In fact, health and fitness is one of the few remaining “internet-resistant” verticals, helping to further boost its desirability for landlords everywhere. It is possible to download an app for basic at home programs and regimes, but for access to state-of-the-art equipment and innovation, gyms still hold a major attraction factor. This is why in Hanover’s Pelikanviertel, an existing lease between Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין)’s Lianeo and a fitness studio has now been extended for ten years.

Lianeo’s leasing professionals are happy with the recent contract extension. They believe it will prove a fruitful enterprise for contract parties and for the city. Lianeo Real Estate is a scalable property management and leasing specialist firm, headquartered in Berlin, working mainly with commercial real estate. They aim to revitalize properties throughout Germany and provide services in the areas of development and construction, asset management and leasing from a single source. They currently administer an impressive number of assets, including Vivion’s €2 billion German portfolio with 38 properties in Germany, in central locations such as Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Hannover.

The company is led by well-known Israeli investor Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין). Born in Tel Aviv, in 1974, he is active primarily in real estate development Europe, mainly in Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK, and in the European hotel business, hospitality and real estate fields since 2005. Amir Dayan is involved as a shareholder in various other public and private real estate projects.

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